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people don't laugh at jail there. i worked there. god bless you if you worked there. i couldn't do that job for two days in a row. i can do it for an hour. an ex-felon who is an extraordinary father. i can become an ex-drunk who is an exceptional citizen. there is a transition necessary for a convicted, afflicted person the and it involves payback. i owe so i go. but i'll tell the incarcerated, hey, if life was fair, you wouldn't be in here right now. you would have parents that cared and gave you the road map to success and they stuck around. they didn't hurt you on wait. they go yeah. if life was fair, you wouldn't have been busted when your partner wasn't. yeah. they love that one a lot. and then i'll say this well, if they locked you up for everything you really did do criminally, when would you get out? they don't like that one at all. so i'm blessed to be here for a brief period of time this afternoon and i'll tell you this, the first thought wrong is my problem. i was flying out of san jose airport which i do about 200 times a year and i know everybody there. i have been fly
. there is no natural light. you know, i didn't see it until you really do see that row of white teeth gleaming in the darkness. and that's kind of intimidating. but there is so much sentiment floating around. the thing about them is they have a film that goes over their eyes. so when they're underwater, their visibility is not so good. so that is working in your favor. you want to try to get as close to them as possible and right in front of them, that's where their vision is the worst. >> which you did. you got right up there and had a stare off. you won that battle. but one of the things that amazed me is when you're on the boat and got why your scuba gear and jumping off, you had to go off really fast. you know, you're hovering around the surface being scared. that's where can you get killed. >> that's where they attack. they kill hundreds of people every year. people in africa fishing and bathing in the rivers washing their clothes. and so when your boat gets to an area where there are crocodiles, they come in the water off the shore and they disappear. >> you had great video of that. i i
to be row placed by somebody who doesn't have to pay the 50 a month because they're in the range of height to weight. >> shepard: begs the next question is, twill there come a time where if you smoke, drink to excess, eat a bunch of fatty foods good, to the cap dimachine, don't exercise you pay more for insurance than those who don't. >> i have to guess on that. i can see where this is going. >> shepard: can you do it? >> yes. right now with the cvs scenario. what's is obese? who will decide. a federal judge. is five pounds too heavy for your height? and how much smoking ties much smoke? how much alcohol is too much alcohol? congress may jump in and make these determinations itself, but if it doesn't or can't, then federal judges will make the determination, an area where they lack expertise. so the affordable healthcare act continues to have unintended consequences. >> shepard: i don't know if it was unintended. >> this wasn't anticipated that people would be fined if they cost their employer too much and the employer would have the right to do so. >> shepard: the way to get healthcare co
haven't lost a game before the super bowl, winning 25 in a row. now, well, they're chasing history. here's abc's john schriffen. >> reporter: with georgetown getting stunned by florida gulf coast university, and number one seeded gonzaga getting knocked out overnight, the ncaa march madness tournament is almost defining reality. but over in the nba, the miami heat's dream team is doing what's expected of them. winning and winning and winning. >> oh, my! >> reporter: lebron james and company are flirting with nba history, winning 25 games in a row. >> we're not sitting here and saying that this is not something special. this is an unbelievable streak that we're on. >> reporter: they're trying to break the record set more than 40 records by the 1971-1972 los angeles lakers that played right here at their old home the forum. legends like wilt chamberlain, jerry west and pat riley helped that team win 33 games in a row. >> it's very difficult to win games over an extended period of time. even if you're playing againstlesser opponents. just the sheer amount of games that have to be won, the t
to has the morris ford lynching. insurance man, 1946. silos you might not be here april. ain't none of us never promise said tomorrow. if you died you would need a will. that way you control your nickel when you are gone. get your ducks in a row you might not be here come april. yeah, your policy is up-to-date and we will pay say if you lose an arm at the elbow at the mill. if you died you need a will. double pay for accidental deaths we have you down. your wife will not need to borrowo. you might not be here come april. being alive is enough to get you killed. do you hear about the folks in monroe? if they hang you from a tree you need a will. your folks won't have to worry about a meal with this insurance when that day of sorrow come. silos you might not be here april. if you died right sudden you'd need a will. >> this next is titled no one's real high button. >> beat, beat, beats here the sound of the train on the georgia road the claps of wheels at the gaps of the joints of the rails the beat of the hammer on iron andan vil at the smithing. shaping shoes for mules and horses and th
team usa in the world baseball classic, puerto rico knocked off the japanese tonight at at&t park. legendary japanese player on your right throwing out the first pitch. puerto rico didn't waste anytime. it is a fly to center and coming around to score pew wear row rico -- puerto rico on top 1-0. it is a monster two-run bomb to left and it was a 3-0 lead. two outs with a man on for japan and the giants' angel pagan will grab the final out as puerto rico moves on to tuesday's final with a 3-1 victory. >> we haven't won it yet. we believe we can win this, and that's what we are all about. we are waiting for who wins to play on tuesday. >> it was the same atmosphere -- you know it wasn't the playoffs. it was looking at the guys in center field. familiar faces, and it is cool. it made me feel comfortable and very positive to play this game. >> the netherlands seen here practicing yesterday and the dominican republic playing tomorrow, the second semifinal. the giants' hitting coach is the netherlands' manager and he has his hands full with the dominicans as they have not lost a game in
for the japanese. >>> a team that eliminated team usa in the world baseball he japanese tonight atnocked at&t park. legendary japanese player on your right throwing out the first pitch. puerto rico didn't waste anytime. it is a fly to center and coming around to score pew wear row rico -- puerto rico on top 1-0. it is a monster two-run bomb to left and it was a 3-0 lead. two outs with a man on for japan and the giants' angel pagan will grab the final out as puerto rico moves on to tuesday's final with a 3-1 victory. >> we haven't won it yet. we believe we can win this, and that's what we are all about. we are waiting for who wins to play on tuesday. >> it was the same atmosphere -- you know it wasn't the playoffs. it was looking at the guys in center field. familiar faces, and it is cool. it made me feel comfortable and very positive to play this game. >> the netherlands seen here practicing yesterday and the dominican republic playing tomorrow, the second semifinal. the giants' hitting coach is the netherlands' manager and he has his hands full with the dominicans as they have not lost a game in
that the government couldn't set a 40-hour workweek because the contract with the company was sack row -- row -- sacro-sanct. and the government said we're paying to take care of his widow and orphans at the time so yeah, we do have a say in it. >> that sounds reasonable. >> hal: and lockner is an embarrassment. and rand paul says that obama should take another look at the lockner case. >> do you think that was in his notes? >> i don't know. >> hal: but they are afraid they are going to speak the truth. sarah palin made fun of the president using a teleprompter and her joke was read from a teleprompter. they have to use a teleprompter because if they speak off of the cuff they will sound like an id -- idiot or speak the truth. like when douglas wrote to his former slave master and said i forgive you, and this guy said for what? for providing foods and shelter. look at rick santorum who almost said the n-word. >> was it the n word or blaaaa -- >> no he bailed out mid-word. >> oh okay. >> hal: but we have to take a break, we'll come back. we'll get to more of your calls. >> let's
is a part of preventing tb. it's on the rice in san francisco for the second year in a row. >> i had night sweats and fevers and stuff but i didn't think it was tuberculocis. it came out of left field. i had no clue i was exposed. >> reporter: state public officials shared alarming statistics. >> every other day we have a death with tuberculocis. every week a baby under the age of five is diagnosed with tb. many of these children have tragic outcomes. >> reporter: california reports the highest occurences in the u.s.. next 2 are texas and new york. the medical director says the county services are overwhelmed. they only have one appointment available for every 10 calls they get for help. >> when you have to wait on hold for 90 minutes and you have to do it for the next day and next day, you may not be seen and diagnosed and mean time you're transmitting tb. >> reporter: they're hoping the federal government will provide for money to combat the disease. >>> new research may make some doctors reconsider
. i can't tell you how many times those of us in the back rows of the briefing room have said under our breaths to chuck todd, don't hog it -- not just to chuck by the way. there are some others in the front row who shall go unnamed. peter -- >> all right. very exciting time bill. >> bill: i can't tell you the hours i put into my bracket. >> yeah, i saw you spending a couple of hours this morning while you were finishing it. should we take the lead from our leader. >> let's do it. >> bill: president obama came up with the final four, indiana florida, louisville, and ohio right? >> yeah. >> bill: and here he is with his top >> obama: for the championship i'm going back to the big ten. i think this is indiana's year. >> i will go for the final four for each of us here. i'll start with the defending champion, mr. press. you went with the same four that the participate did. >> bill: i did know what he had -- >> you picked a different winner than he did. you picked louisville. >> why was that bill? >> bill: because i love saying louisville. >> i think that's actually -- >
in a row. >> i can't believe they were down that much and came back. >> i can't believe you can do that every night. >> i think they're doing it on purpose. >>> recovered from the ocean floor, treasure trove from space. coming up next. >>> if you're leaving the house right now, watch us any time on your desktop or mobile. go to cnn.com/tv. gourmet cat food.east mornis mornings are delicious protein rich entrees with garden veggies and egg. fancy feast mornings. the best ingredient is love. departure. hertz gold plus rewards also offers ereturn-- our fastest way to return your car. just note your mileage and zap ! you're outta there ! we'll e-mail your receipt in a flash, too. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. the blissful pause just before that rich sweetness touches your lips. the delightful discovery, the mid-sweetening realization that you have the house all to yourself. well, almost. the sweet reward, making a delicious choice that's also a smart choice. splenda no-calorie sweetener. with the original sugar-like taste you love and trust. splenda m
. it doesn't take a lot of smarts to pass the same nowhere budget three years in a row. right? you come up with something that doesn't work repeat the exact same thing next year and the next year. and everybody says he is the thought heard of the republican party. >> in washington they call that getting something done. in the rest of the world they call it insanity. doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. >> bill: that special drink of his. >> colt 45 and lemon juice, wow. that's toxic. >> bill: when we come back we'll talk about the new google glasses. we'll talk about that when we come back. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room monday to thursday at 6 eastern [ male announcer ] it's red lobster's lobste
for no. 2 and this is the third or fourth year in a row that the quality of public education came out no. 2 and i think when people talk about small business issue, they don't think about that one. no. 3, no surprise, regulations. no. 4, taxation. no. 5, this is another one that i find can kind of interesting. last year it was actually no. 4, but infrastructure. small businesses are concerned about infrastructure, and it's been borne out again by the survey. as far as some of the interesting specifics of the respondents, 48% provide health insurance, 52% did not provide health insurance. interestingly enough and maybe i will talk a little bit more, 74% almost had never heard of the small business tax credit. 63% had never talked to their state senator. their assembly person or to the governor, which i think is a little scary and it's something that hopefully you as a commissioner will re[tpo-rpbs/] that we reinforce to our representatives. those who did need capital 2:1 and those who couldn't get capital versus those who can't get capital. so it's clearly a problem for those who need i
talks office where "oz" continued to dominate, the prequel t"the wizard of oz." easily taken the number one spt for the second weekend in a row. warner bros. failed to live up to the title debuting at $10.3 million. nielsen will relate sunday ratings tomorrow. you're likely to see "the bible" definitively on top. that remarkable series averaging a stunning 12 million viewers each evening. quite a success story for the history channel. we will have it for you tomorrow night to bring you up-to-date on it. two high school foball players convicted of rape. robert shapiro will tell us about that case care in the community apart and it is a community that is sure to see more tension and strain and tragedy. a scathing analysis of itself, but does the old garden have a clue? clue? today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powe
on to high school love, sayin' we won't end up like our parents ♪ ♪ tiny little boxes in a row, ain't what you want, it's what you know ♪ ♪ just happy in the shoes you're wearin' ♪ ♪ same checks we're always cashin' to buy a little more distraction ♪ ♪ mama's hooked on mary kay, brother's hooked on mary jane, and daddy's hooked on mary two doors down ♪ ♪ mary, mary, quite contrary, we get bored, so we get married ♪ ♪ just like dust we settle in this town on this broken merry go round ♪ ♪ and round and round we go, where it stops nobody knows ♪ ♪ and it ain't slowin' down this merry go round ♪ ♪ mary, mary, quite contrary, we're so bored until we're buried ♪ ♪ just like dust we set until this town on this broken merry go round ♪ ♪ merry go round ♪ jack and jill went up the hill ♪ ♪ jack burned out on booze and pills ♪ ♪ and mary had a little lamb, but mary just don't give a -- ♪ >> kacey musgraves, thank you so much. first this is "today" on nbc. [ mom ] dear chex cereal, i just had to write. you can't imagine how long i've been searching
, that it happens? >> you can't keep falling behind by 27 points and expect to win nine games more in a row. >> they do that on purpose is my theory. but your theory is that -- >> they've gotten so used to winning any way they want, they sort of -- >> no big deal? >> -- they play casually the first three quarters and then they turn it on. i suspect it may catch up with them. >> i suspect you're right. >> thanks, zoraida. >>> we're awaiting a live news conference with president obama and palestinian president mahmoud abbas. we'll bring it to you right when it happens. this as there are no reports this morning that abbas may be ready to make a key concession. say path to a two-state exclusion on the horizon? >>> what's going on with jay leno? rumors that say pretty soon before he gets replace. [ female announcer ] a classic macaroni & cheese from stouffer's starts with freshly-made pasta, and 100% real cheddar cheese. but what makes stouffer's mac n' cheese best of all. that moment you enjoy it at home. stouffer's. made with care for you or your family. glass on floors. daily chores. for the
, this is a fabulous program, we had a great medical exchange yesterday. senior leaders seminar third year in a row has gotten a lot of attention. we have a lot of new people who haven't been here for the past couple years, we have a lot of people who have been here for the last 3 years, and one of the major consistent people who has been behind this whole program is the chairman of the san francisco fleet week association, general -- major general mike myers who i'm going to ask to come up and make is remarks. >> thank you, lewis. when i accepted the responsibilities for organizing san francisco's fleet week, the guidance given to me by our honorary co-chair was bring the fleet back to fleet week and make it productive with a mission. lewis has played a big part. i would like to introduce the third fleet commander, this is his ship, we're grateful to be on the ship and had the third fleet with us, please help me welcome vice admiral gerald beeman. >> good morning, everybody, thank you so very much for joining us. i know some of you thought i was the warm up band for the rock stars that are g
shoot what we don't understand? remember the lion blinded by the showing of the baghdad zoo, set free wanderer. hogzila was strachlelled or a smoothy after pine through the dry cleaning or nosing the rows of baby food watching as humans enact all the sad and lonely erands of our lines among the plastic singing trout and the caged parakeets the twin poodles yap nothing a locked mercedes. all ghost wanted was a stand of trees, bark to rub against and a scattering of a corns. a corns fall from oaks and we cut those down. hogzila murderer speaks. i summon you from the swamp and holler. a red cheeked salamander in your stomach. when i saw you i littered up my rifle with buck shot and took aim. you were the most beautiful hog i had seen that's why i had to make you die to convince my friends of high heroism. i had not done in life cleaning up beer cans after the hunters left. but as i told that lady from the new york times after offering her fanta, which she refused, the whole country will eat humble pie after the scientists dig up the body of hogzila and see the greetness of exactly what i
not answer the question. it took 13 hours of filibuster for him to say no, we won't kill noncombatants in america. so it was worth it and really served to nary row presidential power which i think is important that there are limits. >> chris: we will get to the substance of the filibuster a little later. does all of the attention now increase your interest in and your sense of the feasibility of running for president in 2016? >> well, you know, i have always said i wanted to be part of the national debate. i will think republican party needs to figure out how to be bigger and io bring some ideas to that and so i have talked with the republican national committee, the republican national commit chairman about things i think we need to do to be competitive on the west coast and new england and illinois and some of those ideas are are a more libertarian republican approach to things and i think that a lot of young people are attracted to that and our party could grow if we accepted something maybe a little different than the cookie cutter conservatives we have put out in the the past. >>
. >> reporter: spends more time maintaining his combines than using it. rice farmers in texas aren't getting water from state reservoirs. >> for the first time in the 72 year history of our getting water from the colorado river we have been cut off and it is two years in a row. >> reporter: the lower colorado river authority has prioritized water for cities rather than heavy duty irrigation use. with the crippling drought in the third year it is a problem for farmers. >> these are heavily agricultural areas where water problems are growing and will only get worse especially when we have cities competing for the water. >> reporter: part of the reason farmers are lower in the order is that cities pay higher water rates. with 90% of the state in severe drought conditions the state says if there is no relief this summer other industries could feel the pain. >> most water supplies do not have to go to really severe restrictions a couple of years ago during the drought because we started off with plenty of water. this time around we may be hitting some new territory where we see stage three or sta
party. all colors, ail ages. i'll explain. >>> the miami heat just sealed their 22nd win in a row. lebron james tells us what he thinks is behind their historic run. sure don't you? [ nyquil bottle ] dude! [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. to take his first trip to the middle east since taking office. he'll arrive in israel to ameet with president netanyahu. the president will also travel to west bank to meet with mahmoud abbas and make a stop in jordan before flying home. >>> republicans will kick off an effort to attract new voters and choose how they nominate their white house nominee. paul steinhauser joins us. good to see you, not on the campaign trail. we were offered a preview of the plan. let's take a look and then we'll talk. >> it will include hundreds of people, across the country, from coast to coast, hispanic, african-american, asian communities, talking about our party, talking about our brand, talking about what they believe in, going to community events, going to swearing-in ceremonies,
piece and he sat, had to take days off of work. believe me, the ins pretended he didn't exist. the i.r.s. found him immediately. take days off work and sit in the front row and have to spend hours waiting in order to get this. we are educated people with means. and resources. it's that difficult for us. the system is broken. not only that, if the high-tech companies really want to fulfill the jobs they have, that they say, however there are, 80,000 that microsoft put out the other day, that in the industry they don't have enough engineers, they are not going to be able to get that bill passed through this congress. thinking pragmatic i. will they won't get it done without a comprehensive piece. what rand paul did today is maybe he disappointed a lot of people in love with him last week. but i think the good thing about him is he has true core beliefs. there is a lot worse that you could have in washington today. >> andrea: i do doubt that the republican party will be able to pull the voters in the party. but from right thing to do perspective, i feel like is it the right thing to do.
tonight in front of the appeals board is whether or not places like harvest and row have a right to object. the initial complaint was tossed out because they he don't serve just coffee. >> a big piece of their business in the morning is coffee. >> and they were discounted. >> they were thrown out. doesn't count. you sell food, too. coffee is coffee, hello. >> reporter: the vote is just in and it looks like espresso will be allowed to move to street although the address is now 92nd street which is just a half a block down from the restaurant harvest and row and the reason because their coffee is different from the coffee being sold at the local restaurants. in the newsroom, mark matthews, abc 7 news. >>> up next, find out what you can get for your apartment when the america's cup sails into town. a beach turns into a sea of red. what locals are saying about the mystery in south america. >>> and civil war in syria. new report is of government atrocities that just might compel the united states to get involved. involved. stay with [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit
-year-old boy will be charged as an adult. the judge in fact didn't say anything at all or address that. that 15-year-old juvenile entered the courtroom, looked back at the back row full of journalists, there were no family members or really anyone else in that courtroom. he was wearing an oversized jump suit -- orange jump suit. his hands and feet both shackled. he didn't say much. the judge asked him if he had any procedural questions, at which point he said no, sir. he didn't answer a guilty or not guilty plea either, suzanne. he's got a preliminary hearing in 30 days if he does not set bond. afterwards i exited the courtroom and ran into his mother, asked her a few questions, listen to what she had to say to cnn. >> he's innocent. my feelings go out to the mother and the baby and my baby. >> do you think this is a race issue? >> i think they handled this wrong. they handled the investigation wrong and the truth is going to come out. >> how do they know each other? >> they don't know of each other. my son walking one way. he's like a witness. >> now, there are a lot of theories being
of everyone's tongue but he didn't win the straw poll. rand paul follows in his father's footsteps. his father won two years in a row, starting in 2010. romney won last year, and now rand paul has proven he is a different kind of politician. people at cpac felt like he is not selling himself but selling a message of freedom and liberty and freedom from the government and overregulation, which is resonating with young people. >> neil: also challenging the party establishment and sort of ruffling some featheres, including the people who organize cpac, bemoening the time he was allowed to speak. dot that boomerang on him? >> i don't think so. the g.o.p. have the report that it came out today, trying to rebrand themselves and fine out what went wrong, and what went wrong is we have been embracing establishment counties for a long time. first john mccain, then mitt romney, and they're really seeing that rand paul is popular, able to connect with the facebook generation, which as we saw in the 2008 and 2012 election, has huge impact on how people vote. he talked in terms of freedom and deregulation
: down the row is obamacare major issue in 2014 elections? >> absolutely. it will hurt the democrats. >> no. it wasn't an issue in the big election where his name was on the ballot. >> id hasn't been imple -- it hadn't been implemented yet. >> and mitt romney. it will be a huge issue. republicans are making a mistake if they don't campaign on it extensively. >> bret: that is his line. stay tuned for a big start for a new team. license and registration please. what's this? uhh, it's my geico insurance id card, sir. it's digital, uh, pretty cool right? maybe. you know why i pulled you over today? because i'm a pig driving a convertible? tail light's out.. fix it. digital insurance id cards. just a click away with the geico mobile app.
ex and is pretending she doesn't remember to keep her off death row. when the doctor was unclear about something martinez took the opportunity to ask him the question he asked arias countless times. >> do you have any problems with your memory? >> no, i do not have problems with my memory. >> reporter: samuels will be back on the stand to answer more questions this time from the jurors who will decide jodi arias' fate. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix. >> for more now we bring in our legal team, nancy grace the host of "nancy grace" on hln and dan abrams. i want to start with you, nancy. the prosecutor tearing into the expert conceding a lot of points. quite simply how big a blow was this to the defense? >> well, it's a huge blow. especially following jodi arias on the stand and i've got to tell you she did fairly well on direct examination. she started falling apart on cross-examination. but then when the jury started asking her questions, it was so bad she actually got a cold sore in the middle of the jury questioning. this was supposed to -- this testi
after day? there was even one firm that said they made money four years in a row, every single day. well, you have to be getting information that other people don't have. otherwise, statistically, that's an impossibility. >> actually, high-frequency traders are getting the same market information that joe saluzzi gets. they're just getting it a little bit sooner. it's only a few fractions of a second sooner, but if you're running supercomputers, saluzzi says, it can be an eternity. what you're saying is, the people with the fastest computers have an advantage. they get the best deals. >> every time. absolutely, there's no doubt about it. i mean, if they're spending that kind of money and they're using that type of infrastructure, they're doing it for a reason, and it is to get a speed advantage in that respect. >> it's not just the speed of the supercomputers that's important. it's also their physical location. the closer they are to the stock exchange's server, the quicker they'll be able to get critical market information. >> well, this has been in the works for at least four years at
menace. i don't know any communists, do you? i will give you a perfect example our governor andrew cuomo. a budget mess for the third time in a row in 30 years. >> calling him a communist? >> but i hear communism and socialism according to our friends that play the numbers pointing at the department of. >> greg: department of whatever this thing is. i know what you are saying. what i'm saying is killed perhaps 100,000 people over the century and we forget. what we are saying is we have foregotten that. >> it is just not a threat for us any more. >> but paganism didn't cause the ukrainian starvation. >> took a lot of people to appease the wheat gods. >> greg: that is a lie! >> the winter guy. >> greg: by the way, by the way, you will get some letter angans. >> i take all of that back especially suns i heard that the pagan girls are easy. >> greg: now, you are getting the pagan husbands angry. >> i hope they don't work out. >> they he do, though. >> greg: the gym is a temple. could be that that is their god. i want to apologize. don't make a voodoo doll out of me like you did last year bec
can patti myrrh row's plan, the budget from last week, can that pass. >> i don't know the answer to that. i know this. bill it's going to be an excruciating vote for a lot of these fiscally-moderate democrats who are going to have a hard time explaining to their voters why they voted for a trillion and a half dollar tax increase after the obama tax increase and the fiscal cliff tax increase. the point i was going to make to melissa is she's the business expert here. the economy is pick up, no questions about it. as that happens, bill, the tax revenues are going to increase a little bit so we maybe bailed out a little bit here, right, melissa by an improving economy. >> it's true if we don't do something to thwart it and knock it off the rails as it's trying to get better. if we don't ruin our own future. bill: it's much more morey more resilient. martha: pope francis break w-g tradition after celebrating mass. look at him om was out there shaking hands and touching people and getting out there, lots of face time and everybody was so excited because tears were streaming down their
falling, it has basically stood pat and i wonder if this doesn't begin to change sentiment around it coming out and starting to cut rates further. >> well, they did say they would do whatever it took to ensure thor row zone and the euro was secure. in which case, maybe it's time for them to make good on that promise. >> one final point before we talk china with regard to this data. do you get a sense of what's driving the weakness here? is it just fundamentally there's no demand, this is a weak economy and we're in this negative spiral? >> there's no command on the back of data and shows that business optimism in the eurozone is also pretty weak. but yes, we listen to demand. eurozone country trade with each other. if they're all doing pretty weak, that will have a knock on effect across the region. periphery outside of the big two economies down to an acceleration and even germany slowing and with the manufacturing sector unexpectedly contracting. >> we have people saying maybe by tend of the year, spain or greece or maybe some of these harder hit peripheral economies not seeing
to work very hard, but that's my own pin. he could get more seasoning. if they don't carry florida. if we florida, and we just do as the states that we carried in the last six in a row, we're going to win it. so i -- i hope that they cede florida to us the that would be the best news we could have. but they have other problems getting from here to there. if you look at this cpac thing, this is a party that can't even agree on slavery. they're talking about rape. you know, it's pretty weird stuff going on there. when you have a meeting like that, with all the reporters, and they're having a discussion about slavery, i don't think that's what they were trying to get out to the voters, but that's the way some people in the party feel. those people will be out, trying to vote, trying to pick their nominee. i don't know if the powers to be will be able to shut these people up. brother limbaugh is not happy about attempts to marginalize him, and neither is mr. beck. they're trying to marginalize him over there, too. >> they're making a lot of noise, an it's music to yours ears. >> it is, it is.
it wasn't so. i wish we were standing here with a better story, the fact is we can, the fact is, we tried, mr. harris was on this floor. we now are ginned by dr. row from tennessee. we have -- dr. roe from tennessee. we have three doctors on the floor. he tried to provide better health care for people in tennessee and people in america. dr. burgess has tried to say, there's a better way, we can get more women covered, we can get more children covered, we can make sure more seniors are covered, we can do this thing. pre-existing condition well, can solve it. but no, that wasn't good enough for our president. it wasn't good enough. you see, what he demanded and insisted upon is that the government have 100% control over health care. 100% control? the american people lose control? what do they get? they get health care, health insurance, i should say that is more expensive than anything they've ever paid for before and they get less for it. what a deal, mr. president, mr. speaker. what a deal. the american people especially vulnerable women, vulnerable children, vulnerable senior citizens no
little reaction in this courtroom throughout. mr. alexander's family sits in the front row, obviously, nodding their head and nodding their eyes throughout a lot of the testimony that's going on, so, it wasn't an audible reaction, really. many of us reporters were kind of looking at each other like, wow, aside from the instance that you just mentioned there, other discrepancies. she said before the incident of sex, she had her hands tied to the bed and the doctor's noted that she had her hands and wrists tied to the bed and which is right? said i don't remember what jodi told me and i don't know what i wrote down. >> greta: any other, in cross examination, the prosecutor in any way to diminish or make less of the testimony so that the jury may find it incredible? >> he worked on his credibility. in fact, the psychologist had admitted to having been reprimanded in new jersey back in the '90s, in a child custody case where he sort of blurred the lines between an objective evaluator and a therapist. in this case it was found that he actually sent jodi a self-help book while she was in ja
. >> to give them a wake-up call. the country sees them aznar row minded stuffy old men. the establishment seems to be suffering from avoidant personality disorder. they close their eyes and don't want to hear it. >> that's right. that's a lot of what we saw last year during the election. i mean, what struck me was that all of the information that ryan was put forward about how people felt about the party were the exact same things we were hearing from voters all stlut last year. and all throughout last year they chose to ignore it. and now somehow because it comes in the form of a binder that i guess says rnc on it, all of a sudden people are supposed to believe it. the other problem on the other side that the party has, you have such a split with the tea partiers and the cpac sort of wing of the republican party, they also don't trust the so-called establishment. so, again, what we're seeing is more fractures, not unity and not a plan to move forward. >> okay. john, mr. priebus had his birthday this week, 41 years young. my colleague asked him this morning if he thought the gop would evo
-cola makes a special kosher for passover version of the soda that doesn't include corn syrup. you know what? it may be great if you can do that all year round for everybody. but anyway, for the second year in a row, this will not be available in california because california which loves its rules and regulations says a substance called 4 mei found in the kosher product causes cancer. now coca-cola and every other state in the union disagrees with that. but nonetheless, you know, as it goes in california, so coke is working on a new kosher version for california that won't be ready until next year. until then, kosher jews in the golden state have to make a choice, smug until kosher coke from other states, drink nonkosher coke or just give up coke altogether for the month of passover. >>> all right. you know it's a fun day in trenton when shaq stops by for a visit. that was a tweet from the governor of new jersey, chris christie. wow what a fun photo op it was. you know, we couldn't help but notice how small governor christy looks next to shaq. shaq at 7'1," governor christie at 5'11." a diff
the citizenses will rule. i don't pretend to have any particular insight into their mind sets here. but another comparison that he reference in the his piece was a new york time article over the weekend about parallels with the row v. wade decision. and the idea that the roe v. wade decision was in some ways counterproductive. created a back lash against the court. created a back lash culturally against expanded rights for abortion. and i just, i don't think that particular parallel makes a lot of sense. for one thing you cannot remove that one decision from the overall cultural context. and it wasn't just that one decision that sparked this back lash. you had already a back lash building against what was seen as excesses of the '60s. you already had a conservative back lash building against the court from griswold and from civil rights and from miranda even. so it wasn't just this one decision that created that sort of back lash. and the other reason i don't think the parallel holds here is because people who believe, who are pro-life. who are staunchly pro-life, believe that abortion is tanta
would have expected gold to go up, but it down six box. why isn't told going straight up? >> i'm just not sure, although we have to put it proper perspective. it's up 11 years in a row. i consider this a long term part of consolidation. ultimately it will go up. that will keep printing. everyone's going to keep printing. this is a pause. at the eventually it takes the next leg up and gets about 2,000. stuart: you and i are both surprised. >> to a certain degree you do say, okay. a pause was long overdue. much more on the separate situation. will it be the first country to leave the euro. we have someone who says, no, it will not. no way will happen, so says our guest will join us at 10:25 a.m. then i'll have "my take". no more can kicking. more on that, too. the software company just opened . the take ipo when on trading for the first time. shares are up big time. how much of that up, nicole? >> reporter: big time. right now it's up about 37%. at its highest point it traded $95. san francisco-based company. obviously it was a $14 ipo. trading as high as 1995. stuart: a very big move.
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